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At Nansa, we have a board of trustees ensure that Nansa continues to be dedicated to improving the lives of Norfolk people with disabilities. Meet the trustees.
John Sorrell - Chair of Trustees
John worked for 38 years as a chartered accountant in both the UK and Australia, principally for Coopers & Lybrand and Aviva, before retiring in June 2018. John first became associated with Nansa in 2014 and was appointed Treasurer and Trustee the following year. John was honoured to have recently been appointed Chair of Trustees of Nansa and is looking forward to providing his support to the charity, its service users and employees
Gill Doy
Gill’s involvement with Nansa started in the early 1990's as a result of her disabled daughter, who is now a member of the Adult centre. Gill has been a trustee since the 1990's and Chairman for part of this time. Gill’s career was spent mainly in the public sector working initially with computers and then in finance. As well as being a trustee, Gill also volunteers in our charity shop and at the Adult centre. “It is a pleasure, but also a challenge, to work as a Nansa trustee to support local disabled people to enable them to achieve their goals and enjoy life in a fully inclusive society”.
David Brief - Treasurer
David Brief became a Trustee in August 2018 and was appointed Treasurer in September 2018. He is a retired investment manager and was formerly Chief Investment Officer of BAE Systems Pension Funds. He is currently Chairman of Schroder Asia Total Return Investment Company plc. David has long been involved in the voluntary sector with an interest in disability and mental health issues. He was formerly a Trustee and Chair of Headway East London and is currently a trustee of St Martins.
Margaret Smith
Bio to follow
Paul Denham
As an experienced retailer, Paul brings commercial skills to the Nansa board. He has worked for over 30 years both in the UK and internationally for brands like Marks and Spencer, The LEGO Group and Laura Ashley. He moved to Norfolk in 2013 and is now running his own retail consultancy. Paul lives in Norfolk with his wife and three children.